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Our mobile meeting checklist last week focused on helping individuals prepare for their on-the-go or at-home meetings. As a follow up, we thought it would be helpful to compile guidelines on integrating the mobile culture as a business. Encourage Employees To Meet From Quiet Locations To minimize distraction during meetings, it’s important to keep remind […]

Zoom’s Mobile Meeting Checklist For Enterprises
April 28, 2014

There’s a new trend on the horizon, and chances are you’re already part of it. Are you using Zoom in your car, at home, at a coffee shop, or at the airport? How about all four? With the growing expectation that you’re “always plugged-in,” mobility is now becoming a key aspect of running a business. […]

Zoom’s Ultimate Mobility Checklist
April 24, 2014

If you read this blog, then you know we’re always discussing Zoom’s HD video. We can’t get enough of it! But we also know that sometimes sharp, high quality video isn’t what you need. We’ve compiled here a list of situations in which joining a Zoom meeting through audio is more appropriate. First, you should […]

Situations For Audio-Only Zoom Meetings
March 11, 2014

Who doesn’t love a good snow day? Well, if you’ve got a lot of work to do and you’re unprepared to work from home, you might not be so happy. So you’re not left out in the cold, we’ve compiled a list of our must-have work-from-home tools! Stay Connected Document sharing is central to a […]

Zoom Recommends Winter Work-From-Home Tools
February 11, 2014

Although the average video meeting has two to eight participants, every once in a while you still need to host a meeting that includes something in the order of 20 to 25 people. Zoom allows you to have meetings with up to 25 participants and gives you the most pristine quality your hardware can squeeze […]

Six Tips for Zoom Mega Meetings
December 5, 2013

To the average person, WiFi is just a “connect it and forget it” situation. Problems with wireless connections are rare and usually easy to fix. However, when meeting through video, WiFi can falter. A wireless connection makes use of radio waves broadcasted from devices at particular frequencies. Video communications over wireless can experience difficulties because […]

Enhancing Your WiFi-Powered Zoom Meeting
September 19, 2013

By Carol Kinsey Goman, Ph.D. When successful, virtual meetings enable talented peers to work together regardless of location and organizations to mine the collective wisdom of a widely dispersed employee population. In order to tap into this potential, enterprises are increasingly using geographically distributed teams as a key part of their business strategy. While there […]

8 Body Language Tips for Video Meetings
September 17, 2013

We’ve all been there: Someone organizes a meeting (that “someone” could be you), everyone has high expectations, and suddenly the meeting turns into an awkward, boring disaster. If this sounds familiar, don’t fret. It happens to the best of us. Although Zoom Video Communications gives you a platform by which to have clear-as-day meetings with […]

7 Secrets to an Excellent Meeting
September 5, 2013

Zoom Video Communications is the best video conferencing solution, but it is only a piece of the entire video conferencing experience. To make participants feel as if they are meeting face-to-face, the entire experience has to be seamless. To make your conversations with others come to life, you’ll need the right hardware and, perhaps, a […]

4 Tips for Getting the Most Out of Zoom Video Conferencing
August 29, 2013